After recently completing Project X Zone for the 3DS, the strategy RPG that crosses over characters from Sega, Namco Bandai, and Capcom franchise, I noticed something. There sure were a lot of big breasted ditsy girls in the game. Whether it was Mii’s single strapped dress, Morrigan’s blatant sexual advances, Kaguya’s innocence coupled with her G cup bust, or the Valkyrie’s ability to grow huge and attack the opponent with a giant falling upskirt panty shot, the frequency of tropey and unpalatable female characters in this game was depressing.
Project X Zone
Project X Zone is a turn-based strategy game with an attack component that makes John McClane from Die Hard look like a wussy. That’s it. Review over. If that hasn’t convinced you that Project X Zone is one of the most awesome gaming experiences to come out of this generation, then you have no soul and I don’t want to talk with you anymore.
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When we heard that the sequel to Namco X Capcom was finally being ported over for North American players, we experienced a glee for such an impressive roster of our favorite game characters that we haven't experienced since Marvel vs. Capcom 3. With the combined franchises of Sega, Namco, and Capcom, the possibilities are endless for making your own Final Fantasy Tactics-like team. While it doesn't reach North American retail stores until the end of the month, Project X Zone's demo is available and we have finally gotten a chance to play it. From what we have played so far, we can say that the team at Monolith Soft have created an experience that is on par with the expectations of all the franchises and brands that this game encompasses.
Somehow, Sega, Capcom, and Namco Bandai have managed to do all the crazy legal paperwork needed to get the bizarre tactical RPG crossover fest that is Project X Zone an American release, and now we know when to expect it.
Crossovers these days are absolutely bonkers and we love them for it. What's cooler than seeing a slew of your favorite characters crammed together in a grand adventure that combines their universes?
Namco Bandai Games America Inc. launches Project X Zone this summer on the Nintendo 3DS. The strategy/RPG title, featuring legacy characters from Capcom, Sega, and Namco Bandai titles, is developed by Banpresto and Monolith Soft.